No one will ever know what went through the young mother’s mind as she knocked on doors, begging strangers to take her three-month- old daughter.
It was the summer of 1946 in the Potteries village of Bucknall. She was turned down twice before the third stranger agreed to take her baby in. At which point Rosemary, then 28, promptly disappeared to fetch the baby’s few belongings from her lodgings around the corner.
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